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Intrepid reveals the top trips of Summer 2023

Iceland has taken the top spot for Americans this summer.

It’s officially peak season in what’s being considered the strongest summer for travel since 2019 and with many Americans booked and ready to go, Intrepid Travel is revealing the hottest destinations of the season.

It’s clear from the list that Europe is dominating but it’s Iceland that has taken the top spot for Americans this summer. Morocco also continues to be a popular choice, offering up an exciting mix of traditional culture, diverse flavors, beaches and more.

See the top 10 trips Americans have booked for Summer 2023 below:

  1. Iceland Discovery
  2. Morocco Uncovered
  3. Athens to Santorini
  4. Rome to Amalfi
  5. Highlights of Scotland
  6. Hike the tour du Mont Blanc
  7. Turkey Highlights
  8. Hiking in the Canadian Rockies
  9. Iceland Express
  10. Best of Morocco

“According to a recent report by The The Vacationer, 85% of Americans intend to travel this summer so if they didn’t take that revenge trip in 2022, they’re certainly not hesitating this summer,” said Matt Berna, President and Managing Director, the Americas. “We’re also seeing more travelers book last minute at the risk of missing out on an adventure during an exciting summer for travel.”

Globally recognized for its commitment to transparency and ethical travel, Intrepid was recently named to TIME’s list of the 100 most influential companies for 2023. The tour company now offers over 1,000 trips in more than 100 countries and is constantly working to meet the demand for the influx of bookings still being made up until the last moment this summer, having added 300 new departures for its most popular destinations around the world.

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